At last, the play begins and you might be wondering about how did it go? We’ll find out soon enough.
The play focuses on an angel named Anemone. While she was working, she fell in love with a girl named Daisy who was running a sweets shop. That night, she visits her. However, Daisy can’t fall in love with Anemone since she is a human. Anemone decides to become a human so she can fall in love with her.
With Anemone giving up her angel powers passed the Mountains of Time. After reaching her destination, she finds a girl named Mari and she revealed that Daisy, which is her grandmother has passed away. After telling her about Daisy, Anemone worked that the bakery with Mari until she passed. Afterwards, she reunites with Daisy and Mari in heaven.
While the story seems bittersweet, at least there is a happy end with them reuniting in heaven. It’s quite interesting how Mari does look a lot like Miyako with the hairpin included. Believe it or not, her character is played by Noa, which is predicable. The story, kind if presented in the same way as the twelfth episode of Kiniro Mosaic with Sinobu telling her own fantasy story.
Either way, it seems that Hinata’s teacher wants to meet Miyako. While Miyako doesn’t want to go at first given how shy Miyako is. Of course, Hinata and her friends force her to do so. It happens that the teacher wanted to thank Miyako for helping out making all those costumes. She almost addresses Miyako as “Miya-nee.” Believe it or not, Hinata’s classmates even thank Miyako and every one of them and even want a handshake. Of course, the girls were also talking about all those rumors regarding Miyako as well.
Still, it’s surprising how Miyako managed to hang in there for a long while. Sure, she ran off, but Hana found her. She realizes how much effort Miyako made to see the play. It’s to be expected since Miyako helped out with the play. Hana seems happy that Miyako put in all the effort to try to overcome her shyness. This is the part of Miyako that Hana doesn’t dislike. Sure, Miyako has a long way to overcome her shyness, but at least she is making progress. Thankfully, she went back with Hana so she doesn’t disappoint everyone.
Surprisingly, Watashi ni Tenshi ga Maiorita is an enjoyable show. Sure, it somewhat gave off the vibes of UzaMaidbecause of Miyako becoming love-struck towards Hana, but she never went full creepy. Sure, Miyako gets herself into trouble sometimes because of her extreme shyness, it never really reaches the level of creepy compared to Tsubame.
Still, I have to admit there are a lot of funny and cute moments. Sure, Hana in cosplay looks adorable, but of course, you cannot forget the other girls, namely Hinata, Miyako’s energetic little sister and Noa, who tries to become the cutest girl. While some of the comedy involves Miyako’s shyness, there are other funny moments such as Kayori messing up baking cookies and Noa pretending to be Miyako. While this show won’t be for everyone, I have to admit it was a fun series to watch with some yuri, namely with Noa and Hinata along with Kanon and Kayori.
With that, will Miyako ever get over her shyness? Only time can tell.